On Our Shelves Now
Henry Gooding has been missing for a year, and strange things have been going on while he's been away. Kevin P. Joyce's absurd, ambitious, and outrageous farce, set at the "haunted" Sea Hawk Inn on Nantucket Island, blends Roman, renaissance, and musical comedy to explore grief, coping mechanisms, escapism, and hope.
About the Author
Kevin P. Joyce is a theatre maker originally from Boston, MA who has been producing, writing and directing theatre for nearly twenty years ("I was born too late and started too early") and also serves as Artistic Director for Dry with a Twist Theatrics. Previous Directing credits include: When the Cat's Away (The Robert Moss Theater), Wilde Tales (FringeNYC '15, Theater for the New City '13), L'illusion Comique (Under St. Mark's), A Midsummer Night's Dream & The Comedy of Errors (TJ Byrne's Bar and Restaurant) as well as several workshops and readings of new works. His published original works and adaptations include The Braggart of Bourbon St., When the Cat's Away, Wilde Tales, and his translation of Corneille's L'illusion Comique. Pace University graduate. When not making theatre he may be found drowning in coffee or gin. www.kevinpjoyce.net.